The Samsung Galaxy S10 which is hugely expected, by Samsung loyalists, to be showcased during Samsung’s Unpacked event on February 20 is now rumoured to come with reverse wireless charging compatibility. Now, this feature lets other phones wirelessly obtain their battery juice.
As per newer rumours, all of the variants of the Galaxy S10 would offer reverse wireless charging capabilities potentially meaning that you could synchronize other compatible smartphones to charge their batteries wirelessly through the Galaxy S10 smartphone variants.
At this juncture, there is also rumoured to be a 5G edition of the Galaxy S10; now, 5G deployments may consume relatively long periods of time considering both software and hardware compatibility. As of now, few wireless carriers in the United States have started piloting 5G networks. These are AT&T and Sprint; the latter officially stated that it would begin the 5G pilots with Samsung soon.
Now, as per a Techtastic report (translated), the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones post showcase on February 8 would be available for pre-ordering from March 8 2019. In this regard, do share thoughts/insights on the expected functionality within the purported Samsung Galaxy S10 next-gen smartphone variants.
In related Samsung updates, the South Korea company has generated high expectations regarding its February 20 Unpacked event. Previous editions of the Unpacked event have witnessed multiple smartphone showcases. Very recently, there were also images leaked by tipsters on social media of what is believed (by these tipsters) to be the Galaxy S10 smartphone. These images can be checked out by clicking here.
The current-gen Samsung Galaxy flagship which is the Galaxy S9 comes with key technical specifications such as: